Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

       Shall I continue our post-vacation, mini-tour? If you aren't family, you'll just have to bear with me as I catch all of them up. I promise not to share all two hundred and forty-some pictures (can we say shutter-diarrhea?) on this poor little blog, but to return, asap, to our regular nuttery.

     First stop: my view during a large portion of the trip.  For someone who had only been in a stroller three times in her existence, prior to our trip, Eve did a pretty good job dazzling us all with her uncanny ability to tell exactly who was at the helm.  Seriously.  You could push that stroller, and I could stand shoulder to shoulder with you, and she knew the difference, and made sure everybody else knew it too.  It was weird.  I mean, how does someone so tiny know the difference of voice projection, when you're talking a difference of mere inches? 

     Perhaps she'll be a linguist.  Or a violinist.  Anyways...







     Don't you love our green shirts?  I can feel your envy from here...  I have to say they were awesome for spotting one another in the midst of everthing and everone.  I really did love mine, and the boys wear theirs as fast as I can wash them again.

     Our shirts all had something special on them, according to each person's interests.  See Levi's little Lego knight?  Micah had Mater, Pappy had a mountain bike (yes, my daddy is still flying through the woods on those things:), Paul had a handyman, Kevin had a four-wheeler, Nana had an owl, and Eve had a little doll.

     I will not tell you what I had.  You can leave your guesses in the comments (I think they're working again).  No fair guessing if you were actually there....

4 comments:

amy@flexibledreams said...

You changed your header. Cute!

I'm guessing knitting needles and a ball of yarn :-)

Anna said...

Thanks Amy! And no one else needs to guess, as you are too stinkin' smart!

Wasn't that a tough one? ha. ha.

Rebecca said...

Of course it was knitting needles. What else would be on your shirt. Where did you get the shirts made?

Anna said...

Hey Becca! I came up with the symbols and Paul found them on the internet, then we printed each onto iron-on transfers and I melted them onto the shirts. Easy and budget friendly!